Providence, UT, November 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Both new and seasoned investors who are often overwhelmed by the idea of analyzing and investing in the stock market now have a helping hand with simple, straightforward stock trading software from Track 'n Trade, a company that emphasizes ease of use when it comes to helping investors.
The first version of Track 'n Trade was created in 1998 due to a lack of quality analytical tools available at the time. Ever since the original platform was released it has been continuously modified and updated for the current electronically traded markets with input from some of the industry’s top traders and market analysts. This newest version of stock trading software is now known as Track 'n Trade High Finance.
Focusing on simplicity and convenience, Track 'n Trade's stock trading software allows users to manage their IRA or 401K accounts, Paper Trade, track and monitor all the popular stocks or ETF's, and see daily, weekly and monthly charts within the platform. It's designed to offer an easy, all-in-one platform for individuals to manage their money and see exactly how well it's working for them.
Additional features include the ability to add personalized RSS feeds and news to keep an eye on developments in the market and the users' portfolio, technical analysis tools such as Fibonacci and Elliot Wave, easy-to-read, user-definable buy/sell signals, a huge set of customizable indicators that can be used on their own or simultaneously, and multiple chart views for easy portfolio management.
The software's Premium Bundle trial also comes with a variety of plug-ins, including Bulls 'n Bears, which provides users with customizable, color-coded signals, a historical simulator that simulates trades using real historical data, and Candlestick auto-recognition, which automatically identifies and catalogs candlestick formations. All of these plug-ins provide users with even more convenience and ease of use.
Individuals who often feel overwhelmed and confused by the number of options, opinions and analyses about the market now have an easy-to-use, all-in-one solution with stock trading software from Track 'n Trade. Those interested in trying the program can test it out with a free 14 day trial, which can be found on the company's website at http://www.trackntrade.com/.